US shoppers can now use eGold on Amazon, Walmart, and eBay
- US citizens can now shop at Amazon (NASDAQ :), Walmart (NYSE 🙂 and eBay (NASDAQ 🙂 using eGold through Shopping.io.
- However, eGold will integrate Shopping.io on April 8.
Elrond CEO Beniamin Mincu tweeted that US shoppers can now use eGold to pay for goods and services. However, shoppers can only use eGold on Amazon, Walmart, and eBay through Shopping.io.
US shoppers pay with $ EGLD at e-commerce giants like Amazon, Walmart & eBay via @shopping_io. # hypergrowth100 Day 92. https://t.co/4MkU514lq2
– Beniamin Mincu (@beniaminmincu) April 6, 2021
Notably, Elrond has enabled its eGold use cases for US Shoppers due to the rapidly growing online retail market in the country. In addition, eGold will be available on Shopping.io on April 8.
According to the tweet, dropship experts have created Shopping.io as a portal for the crypto shopping experience. In addition to Amazon, Walmart and eBay, Elrond wants to participate Alibaba (NYSE 🙂 also through Shopping.io. Furthermore, this joint venture will allow eGold holders to exchange their holdings for goods and services for a zero fee.
Regarding the integration, Shopping.io CEO Arbel Arif said:
“We value the customer experience above everything else and therefore, we’re excited to give them the ability to use the eGold and Maiar combos to make purchases on our platform.”
In addition, Elrond aims to increase its product offering in the crypto space. In fact, this should help Elrond assist in creating storefronts for small businesses. When this happens, businesses will have the option to exchange their goods and services for cryptocurrency.
This article was first published on coinquora.com
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